"For The Love" did not disappoint. While it isn't the same "type" of book that "7" is, its great in its own right. Basically, "For The Love" is a series of Jen's personal musings on love. Its broken up into 4 sections: "Your Very Own Self," "All These People Who Live In Your House," "Friends, Neighbors, Strangers, and Enemies," and "Church, Church People, Non-Church People, and God." Each section has several chapters on how to love "those people." Each section also has a "Thank You Notes" section similar to Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show "Thank You Notes" section. Its hilarious and totally relatable! (If you don't know what I' talking about, get on YouTube and type in "Tonight Show Thank You Notes." You'll laugh until you wet yourself - once again.
What I loved about this book - other than the HILARIOUS writing style of Jen Hatmaker - is that you can really tell that its "her heart." Its what she believes, what she's learned, and what she's still learning. While I don't agree 100% with Mrs. Hatmaker on all of her theology (but really, who agrees 100% with anyone), she challenges me to really prove my faith. Why do I disagree? Are my beliefs in that area just personal or are they biblically based?
If you want an enjoyable read with thought-provoking chapters and "laugh 'til you wet yourself" humor, you can't go wrong with Jen Hatmaker!!! Here's an example of the hilarious truth that you can find in "For The Love:"